Fighting infection chains
Mutations with new types of bacteria, increased exposure to cross-contamination and a more crowded mobile world with more carriers of infections makes it more relevant than ever to fight infection chains. Hence it is highly motivating for the Wiping Systems team that our efforts save lives every day.
Effectively breaking infection chains in most situations is about keeping surfaces clean and disinfected on a regular basis. Whether by fluid or wiping. During the past years implementing systems based on wiping surfaces has proven to be an effective way preventing people from exposure to multiple sufferings and life-threatening illnesses. This the reason for the name Wiping Systems.
Effectively breaking infection chains
We invent ways of effectively breaking infection chains to:
Highlights of WIPING SYSTEMS history
2020 - ECHA Simplified Authorisation
2018 - ECHA Simplified Authorisation (UK)!
2016 - ISEGA-approval for surfaces with indirect food-contact, which means no cleaning after disinfection
2015 - PHMB is classified as carcinogenic, and substituting products are needed - like Uniblue® Universal Disinfection
2013 - Developing and testing initiated on a new product complying with ECHA Simplified Authorization, Uniblue® Universal Disinfection
2012 - Changed name to Wiping Systems
2012 - Decided to develop new products that comply with new regulation
2012 - Biocidal Products Regulation (BPR). ECHA is responsible for implementing
2009 - Expanded supply of new products like fluids and ready-to-use solutions used by global customers in industry and food production
2007 - ECHA founded. ECHA implement the EU’s ground-breaking chemicals legislation
2006 - Company founded supplying chemical solutions and ready to use wipes for hospitals and primary sector i Scandinavia by supplying distributors